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Strictures on Mr. Cobbett"s first lecture.

Thomas Bailey

Strictures on Mr. Cobbett"s first lecture.

by Thomas Bailey

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Published by Printed by Richard Sutton in Nottingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cobbett, William, -- 1763-1835.

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    Open LibraryOL13986927M

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    Books, and mostly good books, flowed from him—Cottage Economy and the Sermons in , The History of the Protestant Reformation in England (questionable history this, but vigorous writing) in , The Woodlands in , Advice to Young Men (next to Rural Rides his best book) and The English Gardener in , and a host of g: Strictures. William Cobbett. William Cobbett, the son of a tavern owner, was born in Farnham, Surrey, on 9th March Taught to read and write by his father, Cobbett worked as a farm labourer until when he moved to London and found work as a clerk. A year later Cobbett joined the army and eventually achieved the rank of g: Strictures.

    So wrote William Cobbett from Newgate Prison to his sick friend, Henry Hunt, in the year The full story of the relationship of these two scrappy English radicals is long and turbulent, and Adelphi University's collection of Cobbett's fascinating letters to Hunt during the period sheds much light on these men and their g: Strictures. In several sources, it is stated that Dr. George McClellan was one of the first surgeons to lose an ophthalmic malpractice case in the United States. Examining the original sources, one can conclude Cited by: 2.


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